Bomb kills two at Sufi shrine
26 February, 2013
KARACHI: A bomb blast at a Sufi Muslim shrine on Monday killed at least two people and wounded 10 others in southern Pakistan, police said.
The bomb went off at Shah Lakhi Ghulam shrine in southern Shikarpur district, some 400 kilometres northeast of Karachi, where devotees had gathered to pay homage to the revered Sufi saint buried there.
"At least two people were killed and 10 others were wounded after a bomb exploded at Shah Lakhi Ghulam shrine," senior police official Pervez Chandio told AFP. "We are investigating what type of bomb had been detonated and the motives behind it," Chandio said.